amplitude response

amplitude response

[′am·plə‚tüd ri′späns]
(electronics)
The maximum output amplitude obtainable at various points over the frequency range of an instrument operating under rated conditions.
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The five completed wells of the program to date have all intersected an oil bearing reservoir in the Birkhead Formation, all of which were targeted using the amplitude response on 3D seismic data.
The results suggested that the cocaine dependent patients had a significantly reduced ERG blue cone b wave amplitude response.
KEF wanted to extend the Uni-Q's frequency response, obviating the need for a second super-tweeter, and also in reducing edge texture distortions, smoothing the amplitude response, and improving the already excellent radiation patterns.
Hmax] was initially defined as the acceptable M wave variability that would minimally affect H reflex amplitude response variability.
In testing tapes, NBS scientists found that there was a dynamic signal amplitude response spread of almost 50% on a comprehensive sample of manufacturers' production control tapes.
The Goldie trap has been mapped on the 3D seismic survey covering this area as having a strong seismic amplitude response similar to that observed at these producing pools.
The return amplitude response of various recorded rays is convolved with the far field impulse response estimated for the antenna.
The prospect was delineated by a comprehensive 3D seismic grid, which resulted in a significant off-setting gas/condensate discovery with an amplitude response identical to that observed at the Davis Bintliff #1.
The crossovers look like classic Paradigm Reference designs, essentially a 2nd-order passive design that couples with the drivers' intrinsic amplitude response to form a 3rd-order electro-acoustic summation.
Frequency response has been extended to 10 kHz, and amplitude response
For a typical design, the optimizer attempts to keep the amplitude response constant through the crossover region.

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